- FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 2021
Event: “Reckoning with Hiroshima, Nukes, and Climate”
About: Hiroshima and Nagasaki were 76 years ago…but now we live under Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD).
The New York City Climate Clock shows we have only 7 years to rectify the climate emergencies caused by global heating.
Folksinger Julie Beutel will open and close the event with Rev. Rich Peacock presenting a PowerPoint, “Reckoning with Hiroshima, Nuclear Nightmares, and Climate Emergencies.”
What are five keys to unlocking a safe, sustainable planet?
Sponsors: Peace Education Center of Greater Lansing, Peace Action of Michigan, and Greater Lansing United Nations Association
- SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 2021
Event: For Goodness Sake – Music for the Nonviolent Future – Online Music Festival
About: Enjoy music from around the world to support the movement for a culture of active nonviolence free from racism, poverty, environmental destruction, and war.
Register to attend Pace e Bene’s For Goodness Sake: Music for the Nonviolent Future, an online music festival featuring scores of artists and brief presentations on the power of nonviolent change.
- SATURDAYS, OCTOBER 9th & 23rd NOVEMBER 6th & 20th
Event: White People Working for Racial Justice
Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (hour break for lunch)
About: White People Working for Racial Justice is an intensive antiracism seminar for white people who are seeking to deepen their understanding about racism & antiracism and learn how we can move from ally to coconspirator as we fight for racial justice. White People Working for Racial Justice is a space where white people can learn together, ask questions, make mistakes, work through defensiveness and guilt, and examine fears without burdening and harming People of Color.
Registration: https://www.justiceleaderscollaborative.com/upcoming-events (ends on October 4th)
Fee: $395 (There are partial scholarships available. If you would like to know more about our scholarships, please email: email@example.com)